Shock Wave Therapy Symposium To Be Held

Veterinarians will have the opportunity to learn about the physics and technology of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) in Shelbyville, Kentucky on Saturday, March 3, 2001.

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Veterinarians will have the opportunity to learn about the physics and technology of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) in Shelbyville, Kentucky on Saturday, March 3, 2001.


Studies on various aspects of ESWT will be presented, including those of Jack R. Snyder, DVM, PhD, of the University of California, Davis, Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital which included a “Clinical Evaluation of High-Energy Extracorporeal Shock Waves on Equine Orthopedic at UC Davis and Sydney 2000.” Other presentations include “High-Energy Shock Waves as a Treatment for Ligament and Orthopedic Injuries at the Woodbine Racetrack,” by Dr. Darryl Bonder, DVM, of Toronto Equine Hospital in Mississauga, Ontario


Practical Wetlab Sessions and discusssions will be held. Registration numbers are limited, and your information must be received by February 16, 2001. For more information, e-mail info@shockwavetherapy.com, or call 404/386-9865 or 502/722-5079.


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Stephanie L. Church, Editorial Director, grew up riding and caring for her family’s horses in Central Virginia and received a B.A. in journalism and equestrian studies from Averett University. She joined The Horse in 1999 and has led the editorial team since 2010. A 4-H and Pony Club graduate, she enjoys dressage, eventing, and trail riding with her former graded-stakes-winning Thoroughbred gelding, It Happened Again (“Happy”). Stephanie and Happy are based in Lexington, Kentucky.

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